Courier New is a monospaced serif typeface designed by Howard “Bud” Kettler in 1955. Created for IBM’s typewriters, it has uniform spacing between glyphs, making each character occupy the same horizontal space. The font-family is known for its use in coding environments and textual data representation, offering high legibility. Commonly seen in screenplays and code editors, Courier New is favored for its clarity and fixed-pitch characteristics.
Below you can download a copy of the Courier New font, to use in all of your personal designs. It is available as a TTF font, which means that it is fully compatible with both PC and Mac computers.
Use our free Courier New font generator tool below to create your own custom design logo or image. Enter your text, select a font, choose a font size, and pick your favorite colors. Hit the Generate button and your logo/image is created and ready to download.